Showing 1-15 of 17 results

“Education and Upbringing Are Our Mutual Responsibilities and We Must Lead by Example,” Diana Fodulska-Ogorelkova

24 November, 2020

Diana Fodulska-Ogorelkova has been the principal of Primary School “Otets Paisii” in the village of Govedare in the region of Pazardzhik for 9 years. She has over 25 years of experience in the education sector and 16 years of teaching …

Principals Need a Clear Structure and Space to Implement New Management Practices

30 October, 2020

Four principals shared their experience in testing new management practices at the online conference “From Vision to Results” Principals need a clear structure of what and when to test, space for reflection and discussion of the implemented practices, and a …

Professional Learning Communities Transform Teachers “from Individual Missionaries into Collective Visionaries”

24 June, 2020

And Foster the Development of 21st Century Skills in the Classroom These are two of the conclusions from the final conference of the EU project From Inclusive Education to Real Scale Transfer (FIERST). 300 teachers, principals, and education experts took …

Откриване на учебната година Обу Йордан Йовков

A Letter from a Principal: I Recognized the Importance of Being Together in These Trying Times

19 May, 2020

We believe that one of the key elements which should be highlighted, especially considering what our education system has been going through over the past few months, is school-level support.  We’ve come to realize that in these uncertain times we …

предизвикателството прието от традиционно към дистанционно обучение

Challenge Accepted: from Traditional to Remote Learning in Two Days

29 April, 2020

Best Practices: 90 Secondary School in the neighborhood of Lyulin in Sofia (link in Bulgarian) and its smooth, organized transition to remote learning over just one weekend seen through the perspective of the geography teacher Gergana Cholakova (video in Bulgarian). …

Teach For Bulgaria Is Launching a New Program to Support School Teams

24 April, 2020

Model Schools – Teach For Bulgaria’s new program – will provide professional support and development opportunities to school staff ready to work for every child’s success Teach For Bulgaria is launching Model Schools – a new program for professional support …

Schools Can Submit Teaching Vacancies for Teach For Bulgaria Teachers

16 April, 2020

Schools from the regions of Varna, Burgas, Sliven, Ruse, Silistra, Targovishte, Shumen, and Dobrich can apply for participants in Teach For Bulgaria’s program for the first time  Teach For Bulgaria is looking for new partner schools in 20 regions of …

Donate Your Old Devices and Support Children’s Access to Education during the Current State of Emergency

31 March, 2020

The Center for Interethnic Dialog and Tolerance “Amalipe” started a charity campaign in search of old laptops, tablets, and smartphones for schools and students with no access to such devices during the current state of emergency “Amalipe” started a donation …

Ловеч споделяне на добри практики от учители

Teachers and Principals from the Region of Lovech Define the School of Their Dreams

15 December, 2019

Regional Management of Education – Lovech and Teach For Bulgaria teachers organized the first of its kind regional forum called “Hunting for Best Practices” Over 120 teachers, principals, and experts from the region of Lovech, willing to learn from each …

THE FIRST PARTNER SCHOOLS TO PARTICIPATE IN FIERST HAVE BEEN SELECTED

5 November, 2019

A total of 15 partner schools of Teach For Bulgaria applied to participate in our new Erasmus+, Key Action 3 project called FIERST (From Innovators in Inclusive Education to Real Scale Transfer). All applications were very strong and after a rigorous …

Учители по време на работилница за проект фиерст

Teach For Bulgaria Will Partner with 18 Schools to Help Students Develop 21st Century Skills

5 November, 2019

This partnership is part of FIERST – an EU project whose main goal is to scale locally generated best practices for inclusive education  18 schools have been selected to participate in the second phase of FIERST – From Inclusive Education …